Learn Spanish in Cusco
The Spanish language school is located in downtown Cusco, just a couple of blocks from the Plaza de Armas. From the school you are within easy reach of a wealth of restaurants and bars plus the Spanish colonial historic buildings, Inca monuments and museums for which Cusco is well known.
CESA Plus Points:
- Wonderful central location in the historic heart of Cusco
- Ideal for adults & Gap Year students year round
- Quality tuition and good student care
- Excellent hosts
- Fabulous trips – including Machu Picchu
- School established: 2008
- Course duration:
Group tuition: 1-12 weeks +
Private tuition: 1 week +
- Minutes per lesson: 50
- Minimum age: 18
Average age: 23
- No. of classrooms: 7
- Number of students:
Quietest months: 7 + per month
Busiest months: 35 + per month
About the School
The Spanish Language school is located in downtown Cusco, just a 10 minute taxi ride from Plaza de Armas. There are 7 well-equipped classrooms in the Spanish language school, and a large and comfortable common area for the students. Spanish language students have access to 2 computers with free internet, and there is wifi access. There is also a small library for students and an outdoor patio area.
The Spanish school in Cusco, is a small, personal school all year round, currently at its busiest in January to March. It’s still quite a young school and we suspect will grow in student numbers over the next few years, (7 to 35 students per week as a rule, at present) and is still unlikely to host more than 40 or so students in any one week. The staff offer classes appropriate to all language levels, from Beginner to Advanced Spanish level, across 6+ ability groups – so there will be a class running appropriate to your language needs.
From the Spanish language school you are within easy reach of a wealth of restaurants and bars plus the Spanish colonial historic buildings, Inca monuments and museums for which Cusco is well known. Of course you are also within easy reach of the fabulous world renown marvel – Machu Picchu!